Antoine Tignon, IT Developer/Engineer at ORU Aquitaine, chose Tableau over other solutions because it was affordable, easy to set up, and appealed to a wide audience of physicians, institution managers, and politicians.
By setting user permissions and governing what clients see in Tableau Server, ORU Aquitaine creates a personalized experience. When a client logs into Tableau Server, they only see dashboards that are relevant to them.
Since ORU Aquitaine's shift to Tableau, some 36 clients have shared that they're gaining insights about their emergency room data that they never knew before.
Tableau: How has Tableau helped you?
Antoine Tignon, IT Developer/Engineer: Thanks to Tableau, I was able to put data that had been a bit obscure up until now into a nice, readable format.
Tableau: Why did choose Tableau over other solutions?
Antoine: The idea was to quickly set up feedback on the data that had been collected since as far back as 2008 in the case of some institutions. We, therefore, performed a case study on the different types of software that might be out there for data analysis and visualization.
After several tests, we realized that Tableau was the quickest to set up, the least costly, and most of all, the most appealing. Having such sexy chart elements makes things much more practical when discussing them with physicians, institution managers, or politicians.
We soon found that Tableau was the solution that best suited us for quickly moving forward in terms of observation and showing that we had something useful.